On an isolated construction site, a skateboarder falls over a bump in a concrete slate - part of a young man's skull, identified from a rare dental tattoo as missing former ballet dancer Michael, who left the art to join street hip-hop art at a park with magician Johnny Wizard's informal, yet surprisingly competitive gang. The team follows a mold trace. Booth is however no less preoccupied by the safety of his lover, White House correspondent Hannah Burley, whose investigation for petty police corruption in D.C. proves physically dangerous. Written by
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When Hannah tells Booth they pulled a .38 slug out of her leg, Booth replies with "A cop gun." In truth, the .38 special round is one of the most common revolver rounds in use today. Also, most police officers now use semi-auto handguns in 9mm, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP. See more
Dr. Lance Sweets
Mr. Milford, I'm Dr. Lance Sweets. I'm a psychologist and the reason I'm talking to you is that every time the FBI Agent I work with asked you a question, you spouted Shakespearean verse at him. He doesn't speak Shakespearean.
References The Matrix